Welcome to the second edition of my libertarian leftist weekly review! There are many exciting new pieces to share. I will be sending 30 a week. Let’s get started.
A hot topic of late has been the potential war with Syria. Here are some articles addressing it from an anti-war/anti-imperialist perspective:
More anti-militarist pieces below:
As a libertarian leftist; the rights and struggles of labor are of concern to me. I present you with several pieces pertaining to labor politics:
3. Much of the Egyptian economy is controlled by the military elite. It’s no surprise that labor played a role in the Egyptian revolution. This article discusses how labor may be targeted by the new military regime.
One thing that distinguishes left-wing market anarchists from right-wing libertarians is our distinction between the market economy and capitalism.
Ex-libertarian, Gus DiZerega, offers his own unique take on the distinction in a two part series of blog posts:
One aspect of arguing against the War on Drugs is humanizing its victims. This article discusses the mythology surrounding crack addicts.
A few chess pieces from the site Chesscafe.com: